Opportunity – Building Bridges through Business

Opportunities for Entrepreneurs

Are you a business person, entrepreneur, or seeking a job transfer overseas? Why not leverage those God-given talents and experiences in reaching the least reached?

Many of those least reached by the gospel are poor, rural, unemployed and live in resistant areas of our world. We’ve seen business and work opportunities provide disciple-makers like you with a clear identity and access to meet and serve people, especially the most needy. And that leads to relationships that are natural and break down the barriers to the gospel in people’s hearts. You can give them dignity and a brighter future. At the same time, you can be a living example to those who come to Christ of how to integrate faith and work.

You can be a living example of how to integrate faith and work.

Pioneering business people around the world are involved in everything from tourism to education, medicine to engineering, agriculture to the arts. Then there are those with more unusual jobs like sourcing local wool, providing alternate fuel sources for heating in cold climates, consulting on solar energy development, sports coaching, and much more.

Pioneers may fill key administrative roles. They may put those CPAs and MBAs or skills in management, bookkeeping, IT and more to work in positions that make everyone else’s work possible. These faithful servants keep operations all over the world afloat.

Some Pioneers start off with business plans and years of related experience. Others, though, are just getting started. Either way, we can help navigate through starting and operating a business and finding job opportunities among the least reached.

Where can you picture yourself?

Pioneers would like to talk to you about using your education and experience to share Christ among those with least access to the gospel.

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See also Take Your Profession to the Unreached: Don’t Chose. Do Both!  Or, for a great case study, read Threads: One Family’s Unlikely Adventure in Business, Mission and Church Planting.

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